Originally Posted by sniper1rfa
I was thinking more along the lines of fruits, veggies, milk, sex toys from amazon, etc. When somebody drives to the store and buys a product your company makes you are directly benefiting from roads you never travel on. Our country's infrastructure, like roads and the electrical grid, benefit the entire population or the country excepting those mighty few who live totally off the grid.
Technically, in order to be fair, the use tax would be a yearly tax for everybody, not just those who have car-related activities.
Everyone who pays into the general fund is already paying a huge amount to subsidize those transportation activities via the fuel used. That is the point.